We preview Saturday's trip to Lancashire to face the Shrimps...
Stevenage welcome back Ben Kennedy and Dale Gorman from Northern Ireland Under-21 duty, whilst strikers Tyler Walker and Rowan Liburd could also return after missing last weekend's game. Jobi McAnuff (toe) and Tom Conlon (ACL) are out injured.
Morecambe look set to be without three players through injury. Aaron Wildig (severe bruising) and Dean Winnard (groin) have missed the past two games and will not be involved this weekend, whilst Alex Kenyon (knee) is out for three months. Luke Conlan has also returned from Northern Ireland Under-21 duty and will be available.
View from the dressing room:
First Team Coach, Nicky Shorey speaks to the press ahead of Saturday's game at Morecambe
The last time we met:
Morecambe scored first but an own goal plus strikes from Dean Parrett (2) and Ben Kennedy won Boro the game
Morecambe's season so far:
Morecambe come into this game in 7th place in Sky Bet League 2 having picked up 19 points from their 12 matches so far.
Whilst the Shrimps have an excellent away record this season, picking up four wins and a draw from six games, their home form hasn't been the greatest with four defeats from their six games in front of their own fans. Their most recent home game saw a 3-0 defeat to next weekend's opponents Carlisle United.
Morecambe were among the league's top scorers last season but also conceded a hefty 91 times. That approach seems to have continued this season with Jim Bentley's men yet to experience a goalless draw and have only once failed to score in two games - at Grimsby on the opening day of the season and last weekend's defeat against Carlisle.
Morecambe's last five results:
Notts County 1-2 Morecambe
Morecambe 0-3 Carlisle
Morecambe 3-1 Stoke City (Checkatrade Trophy)
Barnet 2-2 Morecambe
Morecambe 2-3 Crawley
Betting with Sky Bet:
Stevenage can be backed as the 7/5 favourites with Sky Bet to return south with three points from the trip to Morecambe.
Sky Bet’s Correct Score Group Betting offers 15/2 for Stevenage to win 3-0, 3-1 or 3-2.
Live commentary, social media & online coverage:
Can’t make it? Listen to the game live on the Boro Player HD service from tomorrow where Steve Watkins will be leading the commentary as usual.
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